After Texas massacre, Biden makes statements on small arms

Today, Saturday, US President Joe Biden made statements about the danger of small arms being used in indiscriminate shooting leading to mass killings.
Biden condemned gun violence after two mass shootings in two weeks.
“We need to take a stronger stance” to make the country safer, including for children, he told graduates of a university in his home state of Delaware. The attacker legally bought two assault rifles and 19 children and teachers were killed in an elementary school last Tuesday.
The president also referenced the May 14 mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, and linked it to “white supremacy.”
“In the face of such destructive forces, we must take a stronger stance,” Biden said. “We can make America safer. Ultimately, we can do what we must to protect the lives of people and our lives. children.”
Biden’s comments are in line with his demand after the Texas attack that Americans “stand up against lobby groups advocating for the right to bear arms.”

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